Sea Breeze Infinity Scarf
So, a bit of infinity wasn’t enough? How about some more? Here is the Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf. While it looks deceptively complex and difficult, it is quite easy. In particular it's great for bunching up as a cowl or a loose fitting scarf.
Are you looking for an exciting project to participate in a crochet exhibition? Work on this quick and easy ocean breeze scarf pattern. You require Red Heart super soft Ombre or blue shade yarn and a 6.00mm crochet hook to make this loveable scarf. No doubt, this scarf is long, but you would adore it. If you don't like it large, go for a smaller ocean breeze scarf with the same pattern and yarn.
"The Criss Cross Ridges Infinity Scarf has so much fun texture and works up nice and quickly! It's so soft and squishy, while also being a nice weight for milder temperatures between seasons. This infinity scarf is long enough to wrap twice. It comes out to approximately 60 inches in length. This scarf looks super fun in this self-striping rainbow effect yarn, but would also look beautiful made with one solid color of yarn. When finished, this infinity scarf is approximately 60 inches long and 6 inches wide. I hope you love making this scarf! "
"The Retro Infinity Scarf uses warm colors and the moss (or linen) stitch to create a woven striped pattern perfect for fall. Using bulky (5) weight yarn, this infinity scarf works up quickly and is a great gift for any scarf lover (or yourself!). You will love the stretchy and squishy feeling of this infinity scarf. You can choose any colors you wish and any bulky (5) weight yarn to make it your own. Mindless and easy to work up, beginners and experienced crocheters alike will love this pattern."
"The Diamonds Cowl and Infinity Scarf was made to match the Diamonds Beanie, Slouch, Messy Bun and Ear Warmer. Options There are two styles included in this pattern, cowl and infinity scarf. Yarn For this pattern, I've included instructions for both worsted weight and bulky weight yarns. In the notes section, I've listed a few suggested alternatives to help you figure out the best yarn for your crochet cowl or infinity scarf. All of my patterns are written in standard American terms, unless noted otherwise."